US Airways (Phoenix) is planning to operate the last Boeing 767-200 ER revenue flight on February 11 per Airline Route. The aging type currently operates from the Charlotte hub to Cancun, Orlando, Philadelphia and St. Thomas.
Piedmont Airlines (1st) took delivery of the first 767-200 ER, specifically 767-201 ER N603P (msn 23897), named “The Pride of Piedmont”, on May 21, 1987. The type entered service on June 15, 1987 on the Charlotte – London (Gatwick) route. The type migrated to USAir (later US Airways) with the merger.
Top Copyright Photo: Jay Selman/AirlinersGallery.com. US Airways’ Boeing 767-2B7 ER N255AY (msn 25257) arrives back at the Charlotte hub.
Below Copyright Photo: Christian Volpati/AirlinersGallery.com. Boeing 767-2B7 N656US (msn 26847) taxies in Paris (CDG) painted in the 1997 livery.
Below Copyright Photo: Bruce Drum/AirlinersGallery.com. Boeing 767-2B7 ER N651US (msn 24764) taxies in the 1989 USAir color scheme.